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Drawing on their extensive teaching experience, the authors bring the content to life using humorous and engaging language and show students how the principles of behavior relate to their everyday lives. The text's tried-and-true pedagogy make the content as clear as possible without oversimplifying the concepts. Each chapter includes study objectives, key terms, and review questions that encourage students to check their understanding before moving on, and incorporated throughout the text are real-world examples and case studies to illustrate key concepts and principles.This edition also features a new full-color design and nearly 400 color figures, tables, and graphs. The text is carefully tailored to the length of a standard academic semester and how behavior analysis courses are taught, with each section corresponding to a week's worth of coursework, and each chapter is integrated with the task list for Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) certifications.
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Richard W. Malott taught and did research in experimental analysis, higher education, autism, and organizational behavior management. He was a co-founder of the Behavior Analysis program at Western Michigan University (WMU) and a co-founder of Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI). He has received two Fulbright Senior Scholar Awards, WMU's Distinguished Teaching Award, and ABAI's Award for Public Service in Behavior Analysis. Kelly T. Kohler earned her PhD at Western Michigan University (WMU) under the mentorship of Dr. Malott. Following graduation, she joined the faculty at WMU. During her time there, she helped oversee the Behavior Analysis Training System (BATS) lab, which specialized in training students to become practitioners with a solid foundation in the science of human behavior. She also helped start the Kalamazoo Autism Center. Her areas of interest include autism and other developmental disabilities, verbal behavior and generative language, teaching behavior analysis, and training practitioners.
Preface Part I: Respondent Conditioning Chapter 1 Respondent Conditioning Part II: Operant Conditioning Chapter 2 Operant Conditioning for Dummies Part I Chapter 3 Operant Conditioning for Dummies Part II Part III: Methodology and Philosophy Chapter 4 Research Methods Chapter 5 The Philosophy Supporting Behavior Analysis Part IV: Reinforcement Chapter 6 Positive Reinforcement Chapter 7 Negative Reinforcement Part V: Punishment Chapter 8 Positive Punishment Chapter 9 Negative Punishment Part VI: Extinction and Related Processes Chapter 10 Extinction and Recovery Chapter 11 Differential Reinforcement and Differential Punishment Part VII: Motivation Chapter 12 Unconditioned and Conditioned Reinforcers and Punishers Chapter 13 Motivating Operations Part VIII: Stimulus Control Chapter 14 Basic Stimulus Control Chapter 15 Complex Stimulus Control Part IX: Complex Processes I Chapter 16 Imitation Chapter 17 Avoidance Part X: Complex Processes II Chapter 18 Shaping Chapter 19 Behavioral Chains Part XI: Schedules of Reinforcement Chapter 20 Ratio Schedules Chapter 21 Time-Based Schedules Part XII: Complex Processes III Chapter 22 Concurrent Contingences Chapter 23 Maintenance and Transfer Part XIII: Verbal Behavior Chapter 24 Verbal Behavior Part XIV: Rule-Governed Behavior Chapter 25 Rule-Governed Behavior: Concepts and Applications Chapter 26 Rule-Governed Behavior: Theory Chapter 27 Thanks